When it comes to your kitchen, it’s very easy to become disorganized, especially in your cabinets and drawers. However, it’s also fairly simple to reorganize your kitchen so that it looks just as great as ever. From adding extra storage, or simplifying your drawers, it won’t take longer than an afternoon to take back your kitchen. Here are four great ways that you can organize your kitchen today!
𝟏. Under the Sink: Under the sink is generally where the cleaning products go, right? So you may not take notice to how unkempt it gets. To organize this spot, install a pull-out tray where you can store things like new sponges and smaller bottles of cleaners. On the door, a towel rack can be installed to add an extra space for hand towels. Bigger bottles can be in the cabinet itself, on a tray, that will keep the wood protected from spills and any leaks.
𝟐. Roll It Out: Pots and pans take up a lot of room, but are essential to any kitchen. Sometimes, you need to work with tight spaces, which can be a little difficult with cookware. The solution? Roll-out trays. You have the freedom to stack and organize without being hunched over on the floor trying to pull everything out.
𝟑. Easy Baking Storage: In the same sense, instead of stacking baking sheets, muffin pans, cutting boards, etc., install dividers in which they can stand-up. Chances are you’ll be able to fit a lot more in those spaces than before.
Bonus: The dividers work awesome for organizing dishes, storing dishes, and lids as well!
𝟒. Contain The Small Pieces: Seasoning and spice bottles can get a little out of hand. It’s amazing how even the smallest items can cause take up the most space. We have two solutions for this issue. If you have a lot of spices, install a pull-out spice rack. This will allow for a neat and organized space for each jar. A second option would be a Lazy Susan, where you can stack the spices and seasonings. It’s still organized and only takes up the space of the Lazy Susan. This is great for those who don’t want to or can’t install the pull-out rack.